by Kimberly Knowle-Zeller The nights can be long. For new parents. For the terminally ill. For the one waiting for an answer. For the recently widowed. For the hungry child. For the lonely teenager. For the one fleeing their home. For the one weathering the storm. For the one waiting for work. For the one
by Linda McMillan A few weeks ago when I was at the gym I noticed one of the trainers working out with a punching bag. He threw punches with both hands, from the front and the side, and he even hit the bag with some kicks. I was suddenly bored with my own cardio program
by Linda Ryan Fear looks back, worry looks around, faith looks up. – Unknown Looking at a map of the US right now, it looks like it should be the United States of Disaster rather than the USA. Floods, fires, threats of either, both or even something else makes it seem like there’s hardly a square
by Kristin Fontaine The first half of daily office gospel reading for Friday is one of a type of passage that I struggle with. To me, It implies that planning for the future is somehow wrong. This is an issue I have struggled with since the first time I read the bible through when I
A release from The Episcopal Church: Applications are now accepted for the 2018 United Thank Offering grants: 10 grants of $2500 for young adults; and 10 grants of $2500 to seminarians. The focus of the grants is The Jesus Movement: Evangelism, Reconciliation and Creation Care. The United Thank Offering is a gratitude ministry of the
I once heard a bishop tell a curious congregation that the cross is where religion and politics meet, conjuring up for my imagination a picture of the Pavement: Pilate and the people, religious and political leaders’ intersecting interests leading to the forced march through the city, and the planting of a cross on the hillside
Christ Episcopal Church, Shaker Heights stands just outside the city of Cleveland, Ohio. Through a new Community Gallery exhibit, it is also making it clear where it stands on issues of immigration, climate change, and racial justice. The local PBS station, WVIZ Ideastream, describes how the church and the community gallery work together. This church,
The Moon at 3 a.m. by Kimberly Knowle-Zeller Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness: Come let us adore him What else do you do at 3 am when faced with the wide-awake eyes of a newborn? Besides cry? Or wake up your husband? Or scroll endlessly on Facebook? Perhaps you walk outside and
The Rt. Rev. Richard Sui On Chang, who was the fourth bishop of the Diocese of Hawaii, died on August 30.
President Trump named September 3 as a national day of prayer for the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey.